Rolling Stones Perform ‘Out Of Time’ Live For The First Time

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The Rolling Stones have performed their 1966 classic “Out Of Time” for the first time in front of a live audience.

56 years after recording this Aftermath classic, Mick Jagger and company played the song during their “Sixty Tour” opener in Madrid, Spain.

The Rolling Stones kicked off their 60th anniversary tour at the Spanish capital’s Metropolitano Stadium on Wednesday.

It marked their first European appearance since longtime Stones drummer Charlie Watts died last year.

Steve Jordan played the drums in Madrid.

Besides “Out Of Time,” The Rolling Stones played songs such as “Beast of Burden,” “Street Fighting Man,” “Sad Sad Sad” and “Slipping Away.”

Fan-filmed footage of the performance was posted on YouTube.

The great rock band will be playing dates across Europe this summer, including two shows at London’s BST Hyde Park.

Their next tour stop is in Munich, Germany, scheduled for June 5.

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